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Old 02-17-2019, 07:27 PM   #1  
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Anyone know if a person is put on special tracking within SkyWest is this something that goes on your PRIA?


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I don't think so, but the event that got you into tracking probably would.

Also... if you have extra formal training or checking events, those might show up on the print out. They would not show as a fail, but somebody might wonder why you had extra training.
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Anyone know if a person is put on special tracking within SkyWest is this something that goes on your PRIA?


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no it will not, even if you fail a system test, but you will be going to the sim earlier than the rest of us.
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no it will not, even if you fail a system test, but you will be going to the sim earlier than the rest of us.


Okay, youíre pretty positive? Have heard mixed comments. I could care less if it takes me a few extra sims and have to come back in 6 months, just want to keep the PRIA clean


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It won't be on your FAA record (unless you're in ST because you failed a QLOE), but it can be on your training record. PRIA covers both, so you need to be more specific about what you mean by PRIA.

For some, PRIA only means that paper from FAA that says they have nothing on file for you.
For some, it means the behemoth of paperwork your previous/current employer sends to your prospective employer. My PRIA response from my previous company was 56 pages.

It's safe to assume your next employer will see that you were put on special tracking.
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It won't be on your FAA record (unless you're in ST because you failed a QLOE), but it can be on your training record. PRIA covers both, so you need to be more specific about what you mean by PRIA.



For some, PRIA only means that paper from FAA that says they have nothing on file for you.

For some, it means the behemoth of paperwork your previous/current employer sends to your prospective employer. My PRIA response from my previous company was 56 pages.


Thanks. What Iím currently referring to is letís say Iím at SKW and a few years down the line apply at United, will they see and/or care if I was put in to special tracking but had no failures/unsatisfactories during initial training


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Thanks. What I’m currently referring to is let’s say I’m at SKW and a few years down the line apply at United, will they see and/or care if I was put in to special tracking but had no failures/unsatisfactories during initial training


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Yes, your training records from SKW will show it. You'll have an extra event (R6 I believe usually) that you won't get otherwise. And obviously the failure that put you there.

How did you end up in special tracking if you had no failures/unsats in training?
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Iím not in it currently. We can have up to 2 hours of extra sim time with no penalty, but if we need more than that we are put in to special tracking. I just am trying to understand how ďbadĒ it looks if I go over the 2 hours.


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Iím not in it currently. We can have up to 2 hours of extra sim time with no penalty, but if we need more than that we are put in to special tracking. I just am trying to understand how ďbadĒ it looks if I go over the 2 hours.


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SKW is required, by law, to report;

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The date and result of each of the initial and recurrent competency tests and proficiency and route checks required by this part and the type of aircraft flown during that test or check.
This includes every written exam, every validation event, and obviously every checkride. And if you get into special tracking, you'll have an extra recurrent event (unless SKW is different in this regard), which obviously will tell anyone reviewing the records that you were put in special tracking.
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SKW is required, by law, to report;







This includes every written exam, every validation event, and obviously every checkride. And if you get into special tracking, you'll have an extra recurrent event (unless SKW is different in this regard), which obviously will tell anyone reviewing the records that you were put in special tracking.


Thanks. You think itís the end of the world if it happens? As in something the majors really donít want to see for your initial training?


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